ronmcd wrote:chairman bill wrote:Labour Party rules mean any MP (or Party member) who suggests people should vote for other than a Labour candidate, is subject to dismissal from the Party. And can you imagine the howls of outrage from the Bitterites if a Corbyn cabinet member, or Corbyn himself, was seen to countenance a pact with another party? And anyway, Farron has said he's prepared to go into coalition with the Tories again, so a LibDem vote is a potential Tory vote. Once bitten and all that. I might be prepared to engage in a vote swap, but simply voting LibDem to keep the Tory out, is no longer an option.
If I lived in England, there is no doubt I'd vote labour. I suppose i'd like to vote green in some way, but almost certainly wouldnt. Labour is the only choice.
Luckily, I don't have to.
edit - I'd be physically incapable of voting libdem, my brain would refuse to cooperate, and I'd black out mid-cross.
Understandable. Narrow minded nationalists tend to reject parties that want cooperation rather than separation.